The Spanish Embassy Hosts the Exhibition “Miguel EN Cervantes"

The 10th of May More Than One Hundred People Attended the Inauguration of the Exhibition Promoted by the Spanish Embassy

May 18th, 2016

On the 10th of May at the Embassy of Spain the exhibition “Miguel DE Cervantes” was inaugurated. This exhibition is part of an initiative proposed by the Spanish Cultural Action, the Community of Madrid and the Cervantes Institute, and promoted by the Spanish Embassy, to celebrate the fourth centenary of the death of Miguel de Cervantes, the famous Spanish writer, known especially for his novel Don Quixote, and also to have done the name at the largest organization in the world responsible for promoting the study and the teaching of Spanish language and culture, the Cervantes Institute.

The project, organized also in other countries, such as in Madrid, where the most complete set of works relating to Miguel de Cervantes ever shown are been shown, here in Berlin is based on the works of the Spanish illustrators David Rubin and Miguelanxo Prado, who show the life and the works of the writer through illustrations and comics. The exhibition retraces the most important moments in the life of Cervantes but also remembers one of his most original work, The Altarpiece of the Wonders, and his protagonists.

The exhibition “Miguel DE Cervantes” aims to commemorate the writer trying to get him closer to the public, let them know more about his life and his works, showing the different aspects of the author.
The opening ceremony, introduced by the Minister Counselor of the Embassy, was attended by over more than one hundred people who enjoined the artworks. The exhibition will remain open until the 1st of July and the public is available to attend it free.


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Valentina Mazzone, Berlin Global